Academic IELTS Coaching is the right alternative for those who want to take the test and look for an alternative to the TOEFL IBT.
Nowadays, due to the global crisis that the world has experienced, many American universities that only once accepted the TOEFL IBT began to accept the Academic IELTS, obviously provided that the applicant presented an equivalent score.
Our IELTS Coaching
Our IELTS Coaching was developed to help you apply for a graduate, MBA, Master’s or Doctorate degree that has never adapted to the idea of writing on the computer, having your voice recorded rather than being interviewed or having to do integrated activities during the parts writing and speaking skills.
IELTS coaching at TPC prepares from those who need only a 6.0 overall to those who need a 7.5 or sometimes up to 8 overall for a conditional offer.
More about the IELTS Coaching
During the online sessions, areas of the examination are reviewed one by one by the instructor – always in synch with the student.
Thanks to the years of experience of our ESL instructors, their explanations are done step by step in a super-didactic way, where every detail
of the IELTS is revealed in a simple and easily understandable way.
Whatever score you need, TPC is the right choice. So, make an appointment with one of our consultants.
4 Myths about the IELTS
- Only natives can get a 9.0 on the IELTS
False. Even someone who is not native can get a 9.0 with adequate preparation. Likewise, you don’t score a 9.0 because you are a native.
I am fluent in English. So do I need preparation?
Yes. Without precise IELTS training, no matter how good your English is, you will make mistakes and lose points with silly things because you do not know the format and structure of the exam. Remember that even Americans prepare themselves on average 6 months for the SAT, although English is their native language.
Complex words, increase your score
That depends a lot. If the words were used properly along with the correct tenses and with a flawless grammar, yes. If you just use good vocabulary with a poor and error-filled structure, no.
My speaking grade depends on my knowledge of the topic
False. There is no right or wrong answer on the speaking section. As long as you answer the question in a coherent, structured and organized manner, you will get a good grade. Remember the examiner is evaluating your English and not if something you said is true or not.